If you want to watch Thursday Night Football online next season, you may need an Amazon Prime subscription.
Amazon has purchased the rights to stream the NFL's Thursday night games next season and plans to stream those games live to Amazon Prime subscribers, according to multiple reports Tuesday.
Recode.net reported Amazon will pay roughly $50 million to stream 10 Thursday night games in 2017, up from $10 million that Twitter paid to stream Thursday games last season.
Online streaming won't be your only viewing option, however, as CBS and NBC will air five Thursday night games apiece, and both networks will have the option to stream the games online. Verizon Wireless subscribers will also be able to watch online for free.
An Amazon Prime subscription currently costs $99 per year, or $10.99 per month.
This isn't Amazon's first experience with the NFL, as "All or Nothing," the documentary about the Cardinals' 2015 season, was an eight-part series that was also streamed Amazon Prime.